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lab 3A biology ak - Akshay Patel Period 1 The Relative Time...

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Akshay Patel 10/11/09 Period 1 The Relative Time of Mitosis and Cell Reproduction for Each Phase Problem: How much the time does a cell spend in each phase of the cell cycle? Data/Results: Part I: Look at the drawings attached and the description under each drawing. PartII: Field # Of Cells in Interphase # Of Cells in Prophase # Of Cells in Metaphase # Of Cells in Anaphase # Of Cells in Telophase 1 32 10 1 1 1 2 30 5 1 1 1 3 30 6 2 2 1 Total 92 21 4 4 3 % Of Total Cells Counted 74.19% 16.94% 3.22% 3.22% 2.42% Time in each Phase 1068.34min 243.93 min 46.37min 46.37min 34.48min Total: the sum of all the cells found in each phase for all three fields % Of Total Cells Counted: This is found by dividing the total number of cells found in each phase with the total number of cells found in all three fields and multiplying it by 100 to get a percent. Example: 92/124 * 100 equals 74.19% Time in each phase: Multiply the percent of total cells counted with 1440 minutes to get the time in each phase. Example: 2.42%/100 * 1440 =34.48 Conclusion:
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